Men’s 100m Betting Odds Favor Noah Lyles (USA) at +125 Odds

  • Noah Lyles of the United States has +125 odds to win the men’s 100m at the 2024 Paris Olympics.
  • Kishane Thompson (+250) and Oblique Seville (+360), both from Jamaica, are the only other runners with Olympic betting odds shorter than +1400 to win the race.
  • There are +1100 odds at Olympic betting sites for the men’s 100m world record to be broken.

PARIS – Olympic betting odds for the men’s 100m favor Noah Lyles of the United States with +125 odds. Lyles clinched his spot at the 2024 Paris Olympics by tying his personal best of 9.83 seconds at the men’s 100-meter US Olympic trials.

Men’s 100M Odds

  • Noah Lyles (USA) +125
  • Kishane Thompson (JAM) +250
  • Oblique Seville (JAM) +360
  • Letsile Tebogo (BOT) +1400
  • Lamont Marcell Jacobs (ITA) +1800
  • Ferdinand Omanyala (KEN) +2000
  • Kenny Bednarek (USA) +2000
  • Fred Kerley (USA) +2800
  • Akani Simbine (RSA) +3300
  • Zharnel Hughes (GBR) +4000
  • Andre De Grasse (CAN) +5000
  • Louie Hinchliffe (GBR) +5000
  • Ackeem Blake (JAM) +8000
  • Shainer Reginfo (CUB) +10000
  • Chituru Ali (ITA) +15000
  • Favour Ashe (NGR) +15000
  • Abdul Hakim Sani Brown (JPN) +20000
  • Erik Cardoso (BRA) +20000
  • Felipe Bardi (BRA) +20000
  • Johnny Renteria (COL) +30000
  • Brendon Rodney (CAN) +50000

Now the six-time world champion will represent the United States as the track & field betting odds favorite in the 100 meters. He’ll be accompanied by fellow Americans Kenny Bednarek (+2000) and Fred Kerley (+2800).

Jamaicans Pose Biggest Threat To Lyles At Men’s 100m

If not Lyles, the top two Jamaican runners are the best bets to win the 100m at the 2024 Paris Olympics. Kishane Thompson has +250 odds to win despite running a 9.77-second 100m at the Jamaican Olympic trials, the fastest 100m since American Fred Kerley (9.76) in 2022.

Oblique Seville has +360 Olympic betting odds but finished second at the Jamaican Olympic trials 100m in 9.82 seconds, 0.01 seconds faster than the betting favorite Lyles’ personal best time.

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